World Dai Star: Yume no Stellarium feels incredibly reminiscent of other rhythm titles. But in every way that it doesn’t innovate, the title still impresses with fresh story scenarios and vivid characters.
Love on Leave has great artwork and cute romantic moments distinguish this derivative but enjoyable ecchi side-scrolling adventure game. Though rough around the edges, this ecchi visual novel still makes for a pleasant, not-safe work experience.
Set in 18th-century Kyoho Japan filled with fantastical spirits good and evil, Winter’s Wish: Spirits of Edo puts the player in a beautifully crafted historical Japan setting with heart-stopping romance.
Neptunia: Sisters VS Sisters has standout characters and a light-hearted story more than enough to make up for its mediocre action RPG combat and serves as a love letter to phone gaming culture and the Neptunia franchise.
Check out this Limbus Company Beginner’s Guide which breaks down the complex battle mechanics of this character-driven gacha RPG with some recommended characters for beginners and team-building techniques.
The strained and complex romances of the Crimson Flower is not for everyone, but its somber story and uneven pacing give players a glimpse of deep, fascinating characterization and tumultuous, breathtaking drama.